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Momma Cuisine at WGN Midday News for the Lunchbreak segment.
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Momma Cuisine: Visiting WGN Midday News

Last Wednesday April 11, 2012, I was a guest on the WGN Midday News Lunchbreak segment with anchor Dina Biar, showcasing some of my Great … Read more ›

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Obama is unprecedented in setting precedents as Federal Appeals Court orders explanation

Let me get this straight, President Barack Obama thinks it would be unprecedented for the Supreme Court to find a law unconstitutional, right? In particular, … Read more ›

Back Talk: Talkin’ ’bout my generation

TribLocal and The Mash, the Chicago Tribune’s weekly newspaper and website serving teenagers in the city and suburbs, recently asked area high school students about … Read more ›

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Hey, Wall Street Occupiers – there's enough blame to go around

I know a lot of people who are facing serious financial trials and tribulations that would make teeth grind in the most pacifistic Wall Street … Read more ›

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Remembering 9/11 with Acts of Loving Kindness

This morning my husband took a bike ride along the Fox River, pulling our youngest son in the bike trailer. They ride this route often … Read more ›

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E²: The Economy and Energy: Now is the Time to Invest in Renewable Energy!

How's it going for you these days? Our government can't decide the most important priorities for the growth and health of our Country and economy. … Read more ›

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The zoo

My 21 year old daughter, 19 month old granddaughter & I just visited Lord's Park. I have recently moved back to the east side of … Read more ›

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More is More Mom: Chicago Tribune's Triblocal Charity of Choice….the Aurora Flyers!

As the More is More Mom®, I’m all about…….more Chicago Tribune’s Triblocal Charity of Choice contest! I was sooooo excited this weekend; I was scrolling … Read more ›

Leo Kirwan, chairman of the board of directors for the Evanston-based Over the Rainbow Association, sits in front of the association's Hill-Arboretum apartment complex in Evanston.
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Op-Ed: Increasing Disabled Housing While Decreasing State’s Debt

By Leo Kirwan When you hear Illinois state budget, what’s the first word that comes to mind? Over-extended? Disastrous? Crisis? What if our State could … Read more ›

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Thank You for Serving with Integrity

There has been much talk lately about the lack of leadership within the ranks of our elected officials. It has also often been said that … Read more ›